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Welding is the most economical and efficient way to join metals permanently. Welding is used to join most of the commercial metals and to join metals of different types and strengths.
A weld is produced either by heating the materials to the welding temperature with or without the application of pressure alone, with or without the use of filler metal. There are different kinds of welding processes which uses different sources of heat.
Welding is considered to be the most complex of all manufacturing technologies. In order to transform welding from a manual operation to an automated production process, it is necessary to understand the scientific principles involved.
Robotic welding is a welding process that contains repetitive tasks on similar pieces might be suitable for automation. The number of items of any type to be welded determines whether automating a process or not. If parts normally need adjustment to fit together correctly, or if joints to be welded are too wide or in different positions from piece to piece, automating the procedure will be difficult or impossible. Robots work well for repetitive tasks or similar pieces that involve welds in more than one axis or where access to the pieces is difficult.
The most prominent advantages of automated welding are precision and productivity. Robot welding improves weld repeatability. Once programmed correctly, robots will give precisely the same welds every time on work pieces of the same dimensions and specifications.
Automating the torch motions decreases the error potential which means decreased scrap and rework. With robot welding you can also get an increased output. Not only does a robot work faster, the fact that a fully equipped and optimized robot cell can run for 24 hours a day, 365 days a year without breaks makes it more efficient than a manual weld cell.